Well, while they aren't as old school as many people would like, the "Attitude" series comes to DVD February 5th.
Austin 3:16 Uncensored Austin v McMahon Best of Raw Vol 1 Best of Survivor Series Best Wrestlemania I-XIV Eve of Destruction Rock: Know Your Role Three Faces of Foley TLC: Tables Ladders Chairs Undertaker: The Phenom WWF Unforgiven 98 WWF Rock Bottom
It's My Time (HHH) - Feb 26 as part of a 2-pack with a new DVD
THis of course leaves me to continue asking where my Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle DVDs are? And why in God's good name have Edge & Christian NOT made a DVD release yet?
"In Europe they are putting out some decent ECW ppvs."
Actually, every ECW PPV ever has been released in the UK, as well as many of the ECW Home Videos, such as Big Ass Extreme Bash, Cyberslam '96, Born to be Wired, House Party '99, and so on.
As for the ECW DVDs here in the states, Hardcore History seems to be everybody's favorite, but I like all the compilations, myself. Barely Legal and Heat Wave are okay, but Barely Legal is missing all the entrance music and backstage interviews, and Heat Wave has the backstage interviews, but is still missing most of the entrance music. But, if you like those two, on March 12 (my birthday!) they'll be releasing Anarchy Rulz '99 (Tazz defends against Tanaka and Awesome) and Guilty as Charged '01 (last PPV ever.)
But of course, this information will only be useful to you if you are FUCKING HARDCORE!!! ...like me.
I know ol' Teddy's been managing and refereeing for many moons- but damn, his commentary during the White-Boy challenges is hilarious! I think he could easily replace the Cat on Velocity. Back the Mack... You can't go wrong with Teddy Long, playa.